The comeback of America's auto industry is helping Indiana get back on its feet.
All of the Big Three U.S. auto manufacturers -- General Motors, Ford and Chrysler -- have a major presence in the state -- as do foreign competitors Subaru, Toyota and Honda.
After suffering their worst crisis in history, these automakers are experiencing an almost shocking turnaround, adding back jobs and expanding their factories -- a welcome engine of growth for Indiana last year.
Check this interactive map to see how each state economy grew (or fell) last year. More
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